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To celebrate the release of the final installment of the Mike Wesley trilogy, "Killer in the Cloud" and "The Last Resolution" are available free on amazon.co.uk over a week long promotion. The trilogy follows a young police officer named Mike Wesley, his investigative journalist partner Rebecca Hollister and his co-workers Gregory Walsh and Helen Kean. Following the news that his station has been earmarked for closure, Mike embarks on a journey that sees him reconnect with the love of his life while encountering some unthinkable crimes in both his hometown of Kilcrew, Belfast and London. The trilogy is a roller coaster of mystery, romance and suspense. Get parts 1 & 2 of the trilogy free now.
"Killer Tunes" in episode #71 of "World of Death" compilation
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This weekend marks seven years since principal photography began on a little horror parody that was to become a labour of love, blood and guts for Red Dream Productions. Following on from shooting a comedy web series “Time of Our Lives” written by Oldcastle Co. Meath native David Tynan, John Stewart decided to enter the Vodafone/Blackberry “Touch Film Festival” a short film competition asking film enthusiasts to remake their favourite film in a 3-minute time allotment.
Red Dream Productions is delighted to be returning to the Co Club in Oldcastle Co. Meath on Friday June 24th. On the night we will be screening an exclusive combined edit of "An Unfortunate Friday the 13th" Part 5 and 6, the recently released final installments of the long running web series. Following the screening, Writer/Director John Stewart will be chatting about film making, book writing and no doubt, dropping a hint or two about what is coming next from the Red Dream Productions stable. Signed copies of the Amazon number one best seller "The Last Resolution" will also be available to purchase on the night. Proceedings kick off from 9:30 and seats are normally filled fast so be sure to get yours before they're gone.
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It is with a hint of sadness that Red Dream Productions say farewell to our Friday the 13th parody series. It all began in 2009 with a vodafone/blackberry short film competition called the Touch Film Festival. The brief was to recreate your favorite film in three minutes and we said why not. Shortly afterwards myself along with actress Yuna Commault were running around the woods on the big screen in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. A great night was had and our little movie took home the Best Horror Award.
Having enjoyed the process, we decided to keep the ball rolling and make some more, (5 more including today's finale). The production quality has hopefully improved over the years and the cast and crew has grown to include Wolfgate Media Production's Danny Armstrong, who was invaluable to this series as well as other productions we have worked on together, absolute Legend!
A New Jason
After double-jobbing as Director/Jason for 4 outings, I was delighted to welcome Shane Farrelly into the fold and (somewhat reluctantly) hand over the hockey mask for the last 2 installments, he kicked ass, never complained once about how uncomfortable the outfit was and helped with everything no matter how late shoots ran, We salute you Sir.
Thank you so, so much to everybody that rolled up your sleeves and helped me with the mayhem over the years, it's been tough going at times with lots of cold, late nights, but I hope all worth it in the end.
The fake blood has been washed away (Sorry again Mum) and the hockey mask and machete have been hung up for good as we move forward to the next project.
John - Director/producer :-)